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Hilton debuts largest hotel in APAC

Hilton has officially opened Hilton Singapore Orchard on 24 February, the company’s largest hotel in the Asia Pacific.

Located at the heart of Orchard Road, the 1,080-room property has a blend of contemporary design, dining experiences and extensive meeting spaces.

The hotel features 2,400 square metres of event facilities for meetings, conferences and events of all sizes, which include 16 highly versatile spaces bathed in natural light.

It features two pillarless ballrooms – the Grand Ballroom accommodating up to 900 guests and a multi-tiered amphitheatre-style Imperial Ballroom with panoramic city views – are fitted with LED walls, and brand new lighting and sound technologies.

Alan Watts, the president of Hilton APAC, welcomed the new hotel and believes it will play a massive role within Singapore tourism.

“Today we celebrate a key milestone with the opening of our largest hotel in Asia Pacific,” Watts said.

“Hilton Singapore Orchard is a fantastic showcase of our flagship brand and places us in a strong position to usher in a new era of travel.

“Together with our partners at OUE Limited, we are confident that the hotel will be in a leading position to cater to the travel demand that we anticipate will come rapidly as global economies and travel networks reconnect.

“Hilton Singapore Orchard will truly be top of mind for both leisure and business guests as it delivers exceptional experiences supported by Hilton’s renowned hospitality.”

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The hotel features modern contemporary design that pays homage to Singapore’s rich colonial history and agricultural heritage.

Alexandra Jaritz, senior vice president, brand management, APAC Hilton, said: “With its strategic location, stylish design, diverse array of culinary concepts and bespoke events capabilities, Hilton Singapore Orchard will be a beacon for the brand.

“We look forward to delivering exceptional experiences complemented by Hilton’s signature hospitality.”



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